Thomas Cox, Citizen and Vintner, of London, England

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Thomas Cox, Vintner
son of Thomas Cox, Yeoman, who lived near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
b. abt 1642, Gloucestershire, England
d. 15th of 11th mo. (Jan) 1711/12, age 70, London, England, buried Coverleys Field, London, England
wp. 14 March 1711/12 London, England.  Anne Lane Hind Cox (wife) and Richard Antrim (brother-in-law) are Executors
(in his 1712 will Thomas Cox, Vintner, names his sons, Thomas Cox and John Cox, giving them land in Phladelphia County, Pennsylvania, and Goucester County, New Jersey, he acquired as a Proprietor of East Jersey and from shares he had in the early Pennsylvania Land Companies.  He was among the wealthy London Quakers who helped William Penn establish the colony of Pennsylvania by loaning Penn money.  His sons received the income from these and other financial ventures.  Nothing has been found to indicate the sons ever left England.)

mar. 1) 11 Jun 1666 at Saint Olave Hart Street, London, England, Church of England, Ann -?- Ballard.
(in his 1711/12 will Thoas Cox, Vintner, mentions the date he came to parish as 11 Jun 1666)
mar. 2) 10th 0f 2nd mo. 1672, Devonshire House Meeting, London England, Society of Friends, Christian Matthews.
(No Coxes are among the witnesses who signed the marriage certificate.)
mar. 3) 9th of 3rd mo. 1682, Devonshire House Meeting, London, England, SOoiety of Friends, Anne Lane Hind.
(No Coxes are among the witnesses who signed the marriage certificate.  There are several Lanes.)

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Ann -?- Ballard, first wife of Thomas Cox, Wintner
mar. 1) abt 1663 Robert Ballrd, Vintner
mar. 2) 11 Jun 1666 at Saint Olave Hart Street, London, England, Church of England Thomas Cox.
d. abt 1669
Child listed in document

Christian Mathews, second wife of Thomas Cox, Vintner
dau. of John and Mary Mathews. John Mathews was a London Vintner.
chr. 03 Sept 1648, St. James, Clerkenwell, London, England, Church of England.
bur. 30th 2nd mo. 1679, age 30, Whitechapel, London, died of consumption.
mar. 10th of 2nd mo. 1672, Devonshire House Meeting, London, England, Thomas Cox.

Anne Lane Hind, third wife of Thomas Cox, Vintner
b. abt 1644
d. 8th of 6th mo. (Aug) 1716, age 72, “of dropsie”, buried Coverleys Field, London, England.
wp. 13 Aug 1716, London, England, Daughters Mary Hind Grove and Sarah Hind Plumsted are Executors.
mar. 1) 11 Feb 1667 at St. James Dukes Place, London, England, Church of England.
Samuel Hind, Upolsterer.
children listed in document